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    • Wildbill3

      by Published on 11-05-2013 05:27 PM     Number of Views: 3215 

      Down two starters on the offensive line, the dolphins signed David Arkin, the Cowboys 4th round pick in 2011. Arkin 6-5, 306 pounds, played college at Missouri State. In his two years in the league, Arkin has spent the majority of his time on the practice squad.
      by Published on 10-20-2013 05:43 PM     Number of Views: 4476 

      The Dolphins and the fans will have to wait at least another week after the team dropped another game (three in a row for the very casual fan) and this loss coming after what should've been more than enough time to prepare for a Buffalo team that had a Quarterback who was little more than a practice squad player a few weeks ago. A lot of the same problems that have plagued the Dolphins in previous years again reared their ugly head, untimely turnovers, unable to move the ball on critical downs, and more than a few questionable play calls at critical times. In what could easily be described as a team loss, the Dolphins have to figure out how to beat a New England team next week that almost never loses two games in a row.
      by Published on 08-21-2013 01:25 PM     Number of Views: 177 

      In a move that is somewhat surprising, mostly based on timing, the Dolphins have released veteran cornerback Richard Marshall. Marshall had been in a battle with Dimitri Patterson this Summer for the starting cornerback job opposite Pro Bowler Brent Grimes. With the move late Tuesday night, Patterson has officially won the starting job.

      It is not surprising the Dolphins released Marshall, because it was always expected that the loser of the cornerback battle would be cut. Marshall was scheduled to make $4.6 and Patterson was scheduled to make $4.5 million. With Nolan Carroll returning and the team spending a 2nd round pick on Jamar Taylor and a 3rd round pick on Will Davis, a move like this needed to be made. The surprising part is that Marshall was released with two preseason games to go and would have provided the Dolphins insurance if the team would suffer an injury at the cornerback position before the start of the regular season.

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